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The M.A. in Human Rights, led by program director William Saunders, will give you the building blocks to help transform society. If you’re ready to make a difference, but have questions about the program, we invite you to visit campus for an information session.
Learn about the political and economic crisis in Venezuela through the eyewitness accounts of two Venezuelan students who recently escaped and are now on a mission to expose the consequences of socialism.
The M.A. in Human Rights program is excited to offer you our free online info webinar moderated by Anna Mitchell, host/producer of the SonRise Morning Show on EWTN.
Listen as professor Brad Wilcox of the University of Virginia dispels “The Soulmate Myth" and argues that it is actually counterproductive when it comes to fostering higher quality marriages!
Join us for a discussion about the possibility of reconciling the premises of contemporary American foreign policy with the Christian faith.
Join “New York Times” columnist Ross Douthat in exploring how our society is stagnating as a culture as a result of decadence. What will happen when this crisis hits a breaking point?
Douglas Farrow, Professor of Theology and Christian Thought at McGill University, is the author of Ascension Theology, Theological Negotiations, and the forthcoming Brazos commentary on 1 & 2 Thessalonians. This event will be co-sponsored by First Things.
Find out more about Robert Enright’s groundbreaking scientific study that demonstrates how forgiveness can reduce anger and increase psychological well-being.
Online Info Session April 29- Meet Your Future Professors!
Is there a place for theology in a discussion of economic principles? Join us for a discussion on how great thinkers approached economics, theology, and human flourishing.
The week-long seminar will introduce students to foundational themes in the natural tradition.
In his new book The Next Pope: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission, theologian and papal biographer George Weigel explains that, although the eventual successor to Pope Francis will face uncharted territory, the Catholic Church’s experiences during the pontificates of Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis suggest a clear path toward a vibrant Catholic future.